Kate Middleton avoids being spotted in public using special trick

Kate Middleton uses a special secret trick to avoid being spotted in public when she wants to head out on a private outing, it has been revealed.

The Princess of Wales, who is married to Prince William, both 41, was outed by former Vanity Fair editor Tina Brown in a thrilling tell-all from her latest book, The Palace Papers.

Tina claimed that the princess opted to set her alarm unsociably early every day just so she could slip out of the royal households and get some "me time".

The royal then decided to head out to her favourite public spots so she could enjoy some time alone before anyone else appeared, according to the magazine journalist.

By setting off for some solo adventures at dawn, Kate could then also avoid photographers and reporters, as well as regular people going about their day.

With no one to follow her around at that time of the day, the princess could also "nourish her life", Tina explained.

While the savvy method has remained surprisingly successful on most occasions, Kate has been spotted before.

The royal was seen attending a David Hockney exhibition at the Royal Academy in London, meaning her undercover operation was sadly rumbled.

Kate has found her own ways to maintain her interests and individuality since marrying the future King in recent years, but it was William himself who helped the couple to find privacy when they first started dating.

The now Prince and Princess of Wales were said to sneak off to a secret home on the royal Balmoral Estate while they were studying at St Andrews University in Scotland together.

The private bolthole is a special place to the couple, as they spent many days at the beginning of their relationship completely hidden away from the public eye.

Activities such as picnics, barbecues, walks in the woodland, fly fishing and deer-stalking are commonplace on the estate.

The couple now enjoy taking their three children Prince George, 10, Princess Charlotte, eight, and Prince Louis, five, there.

William and Kate also have their own home on the Aberdeenshire estate now, a three-bedroom cottages called Tam-Na-Ghar.

The Royal Family are expected to be staying on the Balmoral Estate for much of the summer holidays, as was customary under the Queen's reign.

This time it will be much more "relaxed" with King Charles the head of the family, according to a source.

The insider told OK! that the family were in "awe" of the Queen, and things will be very different going forward.

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